Ally Karsyn

Arts Producer/Announcer
Jim Sorvaag
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Bill. I met him in early spring of 1981 when I was in law school. I’d come to Sioux City once in a while, looking for something I didn’t think I could find in small-town South Dakota.

Kay Frances Scott
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I left Little Rock, Arkansas, bound for the East Coast with two suitcases, $200 and a one-way ticket to Hartford, Connecticut in hot pursuit of an acting career.

Lloyd Lee
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I’m lying in the ER, dazed and confused—my whole body numb. I’m holding back the tears as I gasp for breath. I wonder, Will I walk again? Was it really worth the risk?

Decades ago, Glenda Drennen’s first attempt at watercolors didn’t turn out as she’d hoped. She stuffed all of her supplies in a shoebox and nearly abandoned them.

Jenny Bullington
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I’d spent the last 11 years being a professional mothering machine.

Jessica Zepeda
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When I was 13, I ran away from home with my 16-year-old brother.

Ben Nesselhuf
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When I was 20, I dropped out of college and drove a car from Chicago to Guatemala City.

Jim Schaap
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On an ordinary day in rural Niger, sheep are everywhere.

What do Kesha, Kevin Hart and the South Dakota Chorale have in common?

Marcia Poole
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I love short ribs.

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